Artist to Artist

WHAT IS ARTIST TO ARTIST?

Operation Triple Threat's ARTIST TO ARTIST is a series of training and capacity building workshops and showcases for performing artists. The series is a hybrid of virtual and in-person sessions.


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SCHEDULE
DAYTIMELENGTHDISCIPLINEINSTRUCTOR(S)DESCRIPTION
THURSDAY August 13th7:10 PM1 hr
EMBODYING CHANGE
Tanya Birl-Torres
Breath & Moving Meditation
FRIDAY August 14th7:10 PM1 hr 30 minsBreath & "Stuck" Practice
SATURDAY August 15th3:05 PM1 hr 30 minsThe Performance Project: Group "Stuck" Practice & Recording
FRIDAY August 14th5:00 PM1 hr
SING
Antoine L. Smith
“Learning to use the voice properly. This includes vocally, emotionally, and through truthful storytelling”. The objective is to gain knowledge about the voice. The power the voice has when used correctly. Both singing and storytelling wise. Proper and appropriate song selection. As well as techniques to ensure you are able to get the most truthful performance that you can.
SATURDAY August 15th10:00 AM1 hr
SUNDAY August 16th11:00 AM1 hr
THURSDAY August 13th6:05 PM1 hr
DANCE
Sasha Hutchings
The Hamilton Movement Workshop analyzes some of the choreographic themes in the musical HAMILTON based on the characters of Hamilton and Burr. We will focus on how to translate different points of view and motivation of character into movement. Students will create their own movement based on the concepts discussed. This is as much a movement workshop as it is a community building exercise as we explore the collaboration of contrasting perspectives and ideas into collective movement. 

SATURDAY August 15th11:05 AM1 hr
SUNDAY August 16th12:05 PM1 hr
THURSDAY August 13th5:00 PM1 hr
ACT
Sydney Morton
Exploring radical empathy through acting
FRIDAY August 14th6:05 PM1 hr
SATURDAY August 15th2:00 PM1 hr
SATURDAY August 15th4:45 PM1 hrTALK-BACKALLModerated by Janelle Headley
SUNDAY August 16th3:30 PM1 hr 30 minsPRESENTATIONS & WRAP-UPALLSharing the work

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